91 Points Robert Parker
Previously I have been disappointed with this estate's 1989. The 1988 is much finer than the monolithic, thick, juicy, succulent 1990. The 1988's flowery, peach and honey-scented nose and medium to full-bodied, complex, finesse style is more refreshing than the in-your-face, sweet, low acid 1990. Neither of these wines will make old bones. Drink this commercially-styled Sauternes over the next decade.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Robert M. Parker, Jr. April, 1995